The first of five ultra violet art murals appear across London as part of a collaboration between Sony Mobile and a series of street artists including Dan Kitchener, to bring to life the low light photography capabilities of its Xperia Z3 smartphone.
Sony has teamed up with a series artists including, Zina, Oliver Switch and Replete to create a collection of exclusive works that come alive at night. Brought to life by ultra violet lights, the murals offer passers-by a unique street-art experience in the dark.
The project was kicked off by artist Dan Kitchener, well-known for his modern impressionistic street scenes at night. Dan’s mural adorns the Hat and Feathers Pub at 2 Clerkenwell Road.
The next seven weeks will see five artists in total take to the streets of the capital and create murals around the theme of ‘I Can See in the Dark’ which aligns with Sony’s latest ‘I Can’ advertising campaign. The second mural, created by artist Zina, will be live from July 20 on the Great Eastern Bear Gallery in Shoreditch.
Keep up to date on the artists and their low light murals, and find out more on the Sony hub. Watch Dan Kitchener’s artist story now and find out what inspired him to create his mural.
(from a press release)
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